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(1) WAITIN' FOR THE TRAIN TO COME IN

Words and Music by


SUNNY SKYLAR and MARTI N BLOCK
Copyright 1945 by MARTI N BLOCK MUSI C, New York, N. Y.
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Wai ti n' For The Train To Come In
(2) I'M GLAD THERE IS YOU
Words and Music by
PAUL MADEI RA and JI MMY DORSEY
Copyright 1942 by MAYFAI R MUSI C CORPORATI ON, New York, N. Y.
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I'm Gl ad There Is You
(3) DIG YOU LATER
(A-Hubba-Hubba-Hubba)
Words and Music by
HAROLD ADAMS ON and JI MMY Mc HUGH
Copyright 1945 by Twentieth Century Music Corporation, New York, N. Y.
Rights throughout the world controlled by ROBBI NS MUS I C CORPORATI ON, New York, N. Y.
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Di g You Later
(4) BUT I DI D
Words and Music by
AL JACOBS and JOSEPH MEYER
Copyright 1945 by REMI CK MUSI C CORPORATI ON. New York, N. Y.
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But I Di d
(5) AREN'T YOU GLAD YOU'RE YOU
Words and Music by
J OHNNY BURKE and JI MMY VAN HEUSEN
Copyright 1945 by BURKE & VAN HEUSEN, INC., New York, N. Y.
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Aren' t You Gl ad You're You
(6) AS LONG AS I LIVE
Words and Music by
MAX STEINER and CHARLI E TOBI AS
Copyright 1945 by M. WI TMARK & SONS, New York, N. Y.
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As Long As I Live
(7) I CAN' T BEGIN TO TELL YOU
Words and Musi c by
MA C K GOR DON and JAMES V. MO N A C O
Copyright 1945 Twentieth Century Music Corporation, New York, N. Y.
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I Can' t Begin To Tell You
(8) WITH A SONG IN MY HEART
Words and Music by
LORENZ HART and RI CHARD RODGERS
Copyright 1929 by HARMS INC., New York, N. Y.
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Wi t h A Song In My Heart
(9) I CANT GET YOU OUT OF MY MIND
Words and Music by
JACK BROOKS and EDGAR FAI RCHI LD
Copyright 1945 by SAUNDERS PUBLI CATI ONS, INC., New York, N. Y.
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(10) AFTER DARK
Anonymous
Quartet Arrangement by
RI CHARD W. GRANT
( 1) WAITIN' FOR THE TRAIN
TO COME IN
Wai ti n' for the train to come i n,
Wai t i n' for my gal to come home,
I've counted ev'ry minute of each l ivel ong day.
Been so melancholy since she went away.
I've shed a mi l l i on teardrops or more,
Wai t i n' for the one I adore,
I ' m waitin' in the depot by the railroad track,
Looki n' for the choo-choo train that bri ngs her back;
I ' m waitin' for my life to begin,
Wai t i n' for the train to come i n.
Copyright 1945 by MARTIN BLOCK MUSIC. New York N. Y.
Used by Permission
( 2) I'M GLAD THERE IS YOU
I n this worl d of ordinary people,
Extr' ordinary people, I ' m gl ad there is you.
I n this worl d of over-rated pleasures.
Of under-rated treasures, I ' m gl ad there is you.
I'll live to love,
I'll love to live with you beside me,
Thi s role so new,
I'll muddl e thru' with you to guide me.
I n this worl d where many, many play at love.
A n d hardly any stay in love, I ' m gl ad there is you.
Mor e than ever, I ' m gl ad there is you.
Copyright 1942 by MAYFAI R MUSI C CORPORATI ON, New York. N Y.
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( 3) DIG YOU LATER
A-hubba, hubba, hubba, hello Jack,
A-hubba, hubba, hubba, just got back,
Wel l , a-hubba, hubba, hubba, let's shoot some breeze,
Say, what ever happened to the Japanese?
A-hubba, hubba, hubba, ain't you heard?
A-hubba, hubba, hubba, got the word,
I got it from a guy who' s in the know,
It was mighty smoky over Toki o.
A friend of mine in a "B-twenty ni ne"
Dropped another load for luck,
As he flew away, he was heard to say,
"A- hubba, hubba, hubba, yuk! yuk!"
We l l ! I got another mission, it's " O. K. "
A n d with your ki nd permission I'll just say,
A-hubba, hubba, hubba, on my way,
And I' ll di g you later in the U.S.A.
2ND VERSE:
A-hubba, hubba, hubba, just got in,
A-hubba, hubba, hubba, gi mme some ski n,
We l l ! you' re l ooki n' mighty purty, Mi s s Curl y Locks,
You' re the Gravel Gertie with the bobbie sox;
A- yah! tah-tah-tah-tah, you talk bi g,
So you're the fresh tomatah I can't di g,
Let's have a heart to heart-a and you' ll decide
I ' m a guy what' s really on the solid side;
Y o u knock me flat, you're the ki nd of a cat
Makes me want to bl ow my top!
" A hubba, hubba, hubba, mop! mop!"
We l l ! you're really put together, that's no lie,
I ' m gl ad we got together, you and I,
A n d if you want a date that's "entre noot,"
We l l ! I'll di g you later in my new blue suit.
Copyright 1945 by Twentieth Century Music Corporation, New York. N. Y.
Rights throughout the world controlled by
ROBBI NS MUSI C CORPORATI ON. New York. N. Y.
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( 4) BUT I DID
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I didn' t wanna phone you agai n but I di d
I didn' t wanna see you again but I di d
I had a certain feeling for you that bothered me
I had to find out what the hi dden charms could be
I didn' t wanna hug you agai n but I di d
I didn' t wanna kiss you agai n but I di d
I must have been too sentimental doi ng what I di d
I di dn' t wanna fall in love but I di d.
Copyright 1945 by REMI CK MUSI C CORPORATI ON. New York. N. Y.
Used by Permission
( 5) AREN' T YOU GLAD YOU' RE YOU
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Ev' ry time you're near a rose
Aren' t you gl ad you' ve got a nose?
And, if the dawn is fresh with dew,
Aren' t you gl ad you're you?
Wh e n a meadowl ark appears
( 5) AREN' T YOU GLAD YOU' RE YOU
{Continued}
Aren' t you gl ad you' ve got two ears?
A n d if your heart is si ngi ng, too,
Aren' t you gl ad you're you?
Y o u can see a summer sky,
Or touch a friendly hand,
Or taste an apple pie,
Pardon the grammar, but ain't life grand?
A n d when you wake up each morn
Aren' t you gl ad that you were born?
Thi nk what you've got the whole day through,
Aren' t you gl ad you're you?
Copyright 1941 by BURKE & VAN HEUSEN, INC., New York, N. Y.
Used by Permission
(6) AS LONG AS I LIVE
As l ong as I live you' ll always be part of me,
You' l l live in the heart of me as l ong as I live,
As l ong as I love I'll share it with you, my own,
And want to be loved by you alone.
Ho w sure am I of all the things I say?
As sure as ni ght wi l l fall at close of day,
You' re all that I need so answer this love I gi ve,
And whisper, " I ' m yours, as l ong as I live."
Copyright 1945 by M. WITMARK & SONS. New York. N. Y.
Used by Permission
( 7) I CAN' T BEGIN TO TELL YOU
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I can't begin to tell you,
Ho w much you mean to me,
M y worl d woul d end if ever we were through;
I can't begin to tell you,
Ho w happy I woul d be,
I f I coul d speak my mi nd like others do.
I make such pretty speeches,
Whenever we're apart,
But when you're near, the words I choose
Refuse to leave my heart.
So, take the sweetest phrases the worl d has ever known
A n d make believe I've said them all to you.
Copyright 1945 Twentieth Century Music Corporation. New York. N. Y.
Rights throughout the world controlled by
BREGMAN, VOCCO and CONN. I NC.. New York, N. Y.
Used by Permission
( 8) WITH A SONG IN MY HEART
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Wi t h a song in my heart, I behold your adorable face,
J
ust a song at the start,
But it soon is a hymn to your grace,
Wh e n the music swells I ' m touching your hand;
It tells that you're standi ng near, and
At the sound of your voice
Heaven opens its portals to me,
Can I help but rejoice
That a song such as ours came to be?
But I always knew I woul d live life through
Wi t h a song i n my heart for you.
Copyright 1929 by HARMS I NC.. New York. N. Y.
Used by Permission
(9) I CAN' T GET YOU
OUT OF MY MI ND
I can't get you out of my mi nd,
My one thought is you, and somehow I find,
That I can't keep you out of my dreams,
You' re here, you're there, you're ev'rywhere or so it
seems;
I can't get you out of my heart,
You' re ri ght there to stay, and tho' we're apart,
Y o u left so many mem' ries behind,
That I can't get you out of my mi nd.
Copyright 1945 by SAUNDERS PUBLI CATI ONS. I NC.. New York. N. Y.
Used by Permission
(10) AFTER DARK
After dark, when ev' rything is still,
A n d the moon comes creeping o'er the hi l l ;
I' ll be wai ti ng patiently for you,
For I love you true,
Yes indeed I do my honey.
Come al ong among the everglades,
Wat ch the stars, see how they promenade.
You' re my ever l ovi n' queen of all the dusky maids,
For you' re my moonl i ght Lou.